After two years of renovation, the Estonian Maritime Museum has finally reopened. The new fascinating permanent exhibition includes a 700 year old shipwreck, something which you certainly won’t see anywhere else. The shipwreck, otherwise known as the cog, was discovered together with almost 800 artefacts back in 2015 in Tallinn. With plenty of interactive parts to exhibition, both young and old can learn about Estonian seafaring from medieval to modern times. The museum is also accessible to those with disabilities, including those who are visually or hearing impaired. The Fat Margaret Tower is the first Old Town tower to have a lift. After a visit to the Estonian Maritime Museum, be sure to continue on to the Seaplane Harbour where you can learn about 20th century maritime equipment. Audioguide available in 6 languages.
May through September Tue - Sun 10:00 - 19:00. October through April Tue - Sun 10:00 - 18:00.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission €12, reduced €6, family €24. Children up to 8 years free of charge. Joint ticket with Seaplane Harbour available.
The highly interactive Seaplane Harbour, literally, has 'tonnes' of reasons why it's the most popular museum in Estonia. This modern museum is housed in architecturally unique seaplane hangar, which includes structures that were part of the Peter the
Fat Margaret's Tower